Okay, so granted the religious implications of this picture aren't that cool, I still find it very hilarious. But then I guess it depends on what you mean by "religious" and what you use your "religion" for.
You know... after all this bullcrap talk of "morals and values" and the "mandate" that has been given to the Bush administration, I think it was very fitting that the Gospel lesson in church was Luke's version of the Beattitudes. Blessed are the poor, the meek, the persecuted, the mourning... Their day is coming.
Now I'm not grouping myself in the poor, the meek or any of those other categories... Although granted I may sometimes fall into them, but I think it speaks a word of hope to those who feel most persecuted by the current administration. I think it says "Hold on. Your day is coming. Things might look bleak and hopeless, but the Kingdom of God is YOURS! Don't worry about this kingdom of man... this kingdom of bush... It's all going to fall away. It's all going to amount to a hill of beans in the end. The greater Kingdom is breaking in amongst us. Hold on to that hope."